The device is supposedly packing two displays, and a Snapdragon 845 variation from Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 850, which will power a bunch of ARM-based Windows computers this year. According to information on WinFuture, both Microsoft and Dell have plans to release a foldable smartphone/laptop hybrid running on the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 chipset. Microsoft's focus of late, on developing their own hardware is clearly reflected in the success of Microsoft's Surface line, which has also demonstrated the commercial viability of 2-in-1 devices.
Microsoft's Andromeda project speaks of foldable, hinged device with a up to three screens (including one on the outside for use when the device is folded) and telephony capabilities.
WalkingCat notes that the program simulates Dell's two-screen mobile device PCs, but you need two PCs to run the left and right panels. A device like those shown in the concept images could be an interesting smartphone-Windows hybrid device. However, the device was canceled. The device's launch, however, is not confirmed, but if all goes well, will likely be aligned with volume production of next-gen silicon that will power it. As we've seen, the smaller tablet has largely disappeared in favour of larger phones.
Golden State Warriors beat Cleveland Cavaliers in overtime in game one
He played arguably the game of his life and still came up short against a team that's already beaten him twice in the NBA Finals. The only people I hear saying that are fans from other teams, which is natural. "I [had] seen the play happening".
Sky Sports slammed for adding word to Sterling's gun tattoo statement
In the light of this, Twitter user Adam Keyworth did a thread on the many times media headlines portrayed the Man City midfielder poorly.
Lions, tigers, jaguar escape German zoo
Friday's great escape comes two years after two lions broke out of their cages at a zoo in Leipzig in eastern Germany. The zoo is home to around 400 animals, including a Siberian tigers and African lions as well as many more big cats.
If any of these developments comes to fruition, Microsoft should have four Windows on Arm partners on board, including Dell, HP, Lenovo, and Asus. Unfortunately, Dell cancelled the device as well.
With the newer Snapdragon chip on board, the devices could be significantly faster than the first generation of Windows on Arm devices, which start at $599 and do offer long battery life but performance-wise only match laptops with low-end Intel CPUs.